Little Moments

Forgiveness: Peaceful Surrender





Author: Finding True North

Nichole Donje is a interdisciplinary artist, activist and leader. A philosopher and self-exploration addict, Nichole is currently working on two books of art and poetry FINDING TRUE NORTH and LIFE POEMS. She is a visual artist and photographer. Nichole founded and ran the highly regarded New York City based independent theatre company TAPT/The Artist’s Playground Theatre, from 2006-2016. Serving as TAPT’s Artistic Director, Nichole worked diligently to support new and forgotten works that help shape the way we view the world around us. A recognized leader, Nichole served three terms as Vice President of the Board of Directors for The Players and currently served on the Executive Committee. The Players is the oldest theatrical club in the country founded by such luminaries as Edwin Booth and Mark Twain "for the promotion of social intercourse between the representative members of the dramatic profession and the kindred professions of literature, painting, sculpture and music, and the patrons of the arts". A key influencer of the Players current revitalization she has become an advocate for the art and livelihood of a social club. The Players not only honors yesterday’s and today’s luminaries of the performing arts, but also brings back the forgotten art of face to face relationships. Nichole is a member of SAG-AFTRA, LPTW/League of Professional Theatre Women, LeanInNYC, and The Players.

One thought on “Little Moments”

  1. I met Michael Kenna, photographer who loves the East, Japan, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea, and the “European East” India, e.g.; his images , especially of Japan, have a flow to them, a certain graceful, gentle movement, even in a single line on canvas–he loves trees–he does portraits of trees in Japan that appear to be portraits of beings–it is also a gift of being—he gave me a copy of his new collection–it’s something you, especially, would love to see–we had lunch at The Players– he graciously allowed me to use one of his early images of Winter Morning Gramercy Park (2003) which appears on page 7. I gave him a signed copy of A Players Almanac and your copy waits for you in the office in a drawer on the right hand of the main desk. It’s labeled with your name and it’s signed.

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